In 2012 a group of scholars gathered at Princeton Theological Seminary for a conference titled, “Calvinism and Democracy.” The purpose … Continue reading Calvinism and Democracy
In Beyond the Modern Age: An Archaeology of Contemporary Culture Bob Goudzwaard (Free University Amsterdam) and Craig Bartholomew (Redeemer College) provide … Continue reading (Review) Beyond the Modern Age
The issue is of considerable contemporary relevance. A very large number of colleges and universities in the United States were … Continue reading What is the Relationship between the Church and the Academy?
No. He was not a liberation theologian, far from it, however some of the things he says certainly latches on … Continue reading Kuyper the Liberation Theologian?
If you are looking for some books on the interaction between Christianity and Culture here are some I definitely recommend. … Continue reading Recommended books on Christ and Culture
Last time we looked at cultural transformation in light of the biblical meta-narrative. Today we wrap things up by looking … Continue reading Christ, Culture, and College Students – A Reformed Perspective (Pt. 5)
Last time I had said that “if we do not allow our theory to move into praxis then we have … Continue reading Christ, Culture, and College Students – A Reformed Perspective (Pt. 2)
A while ago I took a class at Fuller Seminary called “Perspectives on Christ and Culture.” In that class we … Continue reading Christ, Culture, and College Students – A Reformed Perspective (Pt. 1)
Hey Melissa, thanks for writing to me explaining your situation. I can definitely sympathize with you. At one point in … Continue reading A Letter to a Confused Christian Artist
I work with college students so a discussion regarding Christianity and the arts is a typical occurrence. About a month … Continue reading Calvin, College Students, and the Arts